1966-02-01

High Bypass Versus Low Bypass Engine Installation Considerations 660735

Installation considerations for high bypass engines in the range of 5-10 are examined. An engine and installation concept for the high bypass is described. Installation considerations discussed include the effects of nacelle shape, wing proximity, inlets, thrust reversers, and accessory location. It is pointed out that the high bypass engine may offer the flexibility to design the ideal aerodynamic installation without compromise by installation requirements.

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